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d, as I have said, as though carried away by the wind.
The carbine shots were heard receding still toward Aldie-prisoners began to come back toward the rear.
The name of another member of the First Rhode Island I can give.
A young attache of General Stuart's staff had captured a stout animal, and while leading him, was suddenly saluted by the words, There is brown's horse!
from a Federal prisoner passing.
Brown's horse travelled afterwards extensively, and visited the low country of North Carolina.
Most erratic of lives for men and animals is the military life.
You know whence you come, not at all whither you go!
These trifles have diverted me from the main subject of the present sketch.
I approach that subject with reluctance, for the picture to be drawn is a sad one.
It is nothing to record the gay or comic incidents of other times — to let the pen glide, directed by the memory, when the lips are smiling and the heart is gay. To record the sad events, however, the blood,